Assessment of Community Pediatric Providers’ Approach to a Child With Celiac Disease and Available Serological Testing Associated With a Large Tertiary Care Center


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Abstract

An evidence-practice gap for use of celiac disease testing can lead to poor resource utilization. False positive tests may lead to unnecessary diet changes, gastroenterology consults, parental/patient concern, and additional testing and expenses complicated by varied available celiac bundles. An understanding of pediatric provider practices according to guideline recommendations further improves this gap.

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